A verifiable double-standard is evident in the company’s perpetual campaign contribution dollars to Maxine Waters, Chuck Schumer, and Nancy Pelosi.
People in the financial industry have given well more than $50 million to back Biden, according to the Center for Responsive Politics, compared with some $10 million for President Donald Trump.
Kentucky Democratic Senate candidate Amy McGrath raised more than $2.5 million in the first 24 hours of her campaign against Mitch McConnell. The people who donated may as well have lit their money on fire.
In recent years, it’s become dogma among journalists and liberals to treat ‘dark money’ as an attack on democracy. It’s not.
Rod Rosenstein personally approved a highly questionable raid on President Trump’s private attorney, particularly given new context we have regarding the Clinton campaign.
The mainstream media took no notice of a federal court filing that exposes a $84 million money-laundering conspiracy Democrats executed during the 2016 presidential election.
In the battle for the presidency this year, Donald Trump won without the Super PACs. Is this a new precedent, or an anomaly?
Republicans should be brave and see a Donald Trump nomination as an opportunity, not a disaster; as a crisis that should be managed, not wasted.
A cabal of Democrat-run organizations is pushing both Hillary Clinton for president and limits on the kind of campaign spending they gleefully employ.
Sen. Mark Udall’s constitutional amendment is nothing short of an attempt to prevent Americans from speaking about their political views.
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